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was reduced in its size it was the intention of hiding it from the dominant class so they will not be oppressed by playing it. >> (speaking spanish) (drums). >> (speaking spanish). >> for these wonderful instrument called cajon it's put into different styles. also the cajon today is incorporated intd international music. >> (speaking spanish). >> (drums). (music). (applause). (music). (applause). >> (speaking spanish). >> yeah. this is a style called lando. and it comes from undue. >> (speaking spanish). >> this was a dance of a ritual. >> (speaking spanish). >> and had the idea that the name is lamelinda. >> (speaking spanish). >> which was movement with the pelvic area. >> (speaking spanish) thank you very much. >> (speaking spanish). >> and this was considered not proper. so it was done in a different way. >> (speaking spanish). >> and those are softer movements and what we're going to show. >> (speaking spanish). >> which later became simbac simbacutcu. >> (speaking spanish). >> and sim bameans salute and couca means dance. >> that is it. okay. (speaking spa
this year. larry allen, dominating force on the offensive line for years, most of the years with the coins-finished with the niners, came out of sonoma state, now liveness blackhawk. larry allen is a hall of famer, first ballot, as is warren zap. will be enshrined. she said his feet haven't touched the ground for half an hour. zap was dominant on the defensive line. eddie d was passed over again. niners owner jed york says his uncle deserves to be in the hall. >> there's no question in my mind that he belongs in the hall of fame. you look at the owners in there, he is at the top of the list. i hope people see that and understand that he was the best owner in the history of professional sports. >> larry: in other news, the 49ers announced kris culliver will get sensitivity training after making antigay comments on tvmentz culliver will volunteer at the trevor project in san francisco which provides crisis and suicide intervention for lesbian, gay, buy sexual and transgender youth. i hope you have been watching all leaning long because wayne freedman has done some tremendous stories. he has
. the dominant idea of politics in this 50 years has been the government is bad, and mist and directed to the purposes of the civil-rights movement. so if i am right the rear of that anaphase. number one, george wallace listen and then he said segregation now, segregation tomorrow, so your mission for our film to protect her if pair race or in any other allied system of divided people, some areas are overlooked because, the looking for the other areas with the immigration act which overturned a smooch behalf of exclusions for legal and rare in school people eligible for national honors secession or stricken limited to the missions of northern europe. it was done on racial base. all of asia and africa or extend as cnn's lyndon johnson of the voting rights three flintridge returners. about the law of the back. have to open up that were. the appeal of the national origins act which was a racial hierarchy the hazard it the% of legal immigration for citizens of three countries, england and ireland and germany. repeal that and a place in a first come first serve system for the whole world. w
. indian military know us better than any other one. >> reporter: india's security agenda dominated by territorial disputes with pakistan and china. china has become a rising concern in recent years. last september, china announced deployment of its first aircraft carrier. the country is also financing port facilities in pakistan, myanmar and sri lanka, effectively extending chinese influence throughout the indian ocean. last month, beijing received custodial rights over a harbor in pakistan. experts claim such moves force india to boost spending to keep pace with china, something hinted by the india's defense minister. port facilities in pakistan, hinted by the india's defense >> reporter: india's military strategy isn't limited to buying technology from overseas. last april, they successfully tested the long range ballistic missile capable of reaching most parts of asia. and just last month, it announced it developed an underwater ballistic missile. india has drawn interest for arms and aerospace industries around the world. abhishek dhulia, nhk world, new delhi. >>> people in jap
police are guarding more than 40 targets, the accused killer mentioned in a manifesto. dominic di-natale joining us from big bear lake, california a search, a manhunt conducted for this man. dominic, us? >> well, let's come back to the 40 people who are being protected absolutely because they can't find him here on big bear lake, they're concerned he could be actually down the mountain and somewhere else entirely potentially going after those specific targets and that's really one of the main efforts that are taking place today. we've got some more details with regard to the first victim. monica kwan, a memorial for her we hear tomorrow and we understand that already that her former high school is being holding some form of memorial yesterday for her, but tomorrow, it's something more formal. her team cal state fullerton college, they are playing at three o'clock this afternoon, we believe they actually might be doing something there as well and of course, everybody's gathering and preparing for both her funeral and that of her fiance as well, keith lawrence, she was 26, he was 2
space party in alabama when the regular party was dominated by george wallace in the dixiecrats. despite being a dentist and a two-time valedictorian his abdication was agitation and he poured hundreds of thousands of dollars of his own many in the 60's mind you and the early 70's into this political party so that alabama could vote for lyndon johnson and the newly registered black voters would have people to vote for and couldn't just go to but also run for office said that as who's lifework and he was very much committed to recapturing the greatness of african-americans in terms of political participation and he was in the area of construction because his grandfather had been a reconstruction legislator and he grew up hearing about his grandfather while he was coming of age and a radicalized him to be living under jim crow in alabama while hearing about the fact black people used to have political power and be in office including his own family. >> who was he? >> he was my great grandfather, handsome man, isn't he? she was the first black lawyer in the state of alabama and architect of
@ -- to show dominance and that the mouse might respond that they have a cute submissive wave they will do that i don't think she is digging him. there may be distracted by the cameras. >> how does she wave? just >> across the body and sometimes really slow and is that a pause and -- >> i think she is saying to put a ring on it. we shall >> have brought some rangs. >> are you guys impressed? are you impressed with me? >> yes. >> what are you doing? his beard is turning black that he is getting excited. >> this is the month of law that the national aquarium. what else is making down there? >> we have all kinds of animals especially birds that are always meeting in the rainforest and all kinds of stuff. it is a good month. >> time to give her back. we will be right back. >> welcome back. it is time for sunday brunch. joining us is the owner and chef from the terrace cafe and darrick bruno. we have plenty of food, we have a lot of food out here this morning and thank you. the chef will be preparing salmon but let me go through some of the amazing dishes we have at the terrace cafe. we do our
are absolutely dominant because we put laser-aiming sights on all our weapons. so the enemy are not as well trained as our guys, but we have this incredible dominance so firefighters, our ratio is probably a thousand to one in terms of people getting hit back. now, the problem is we don't have that many guys, so the ones mount up. and every time you lose a person, it's a huge cost because they're so well trained and so valuable. but you still, you have dominance, and you have the willingness to go places and do things that you wouldn't otherwise. the other one that's less obvious is just the ability to communicate. video teleconferences and not so much radio, but video teleconference -- we did use radios, but, for example, we would take all of our radio nets that was happening on the ground. we would pick them up, and we would put them into our classified computer network system. so every -- we had a technology that allowed you to sit at your laptop p wherever you were or in afghanistan, iraq, anywhere. you could watch from above what's happening, and you could listen to their radio nets fr
history and culture is so rich because of the three dominant culture groups starting with the native people and their strong oral storytelling tradition. before there were books and alphabets for them to write their stories, they did rock art, they told their stories to their families and passed them from generation to generation. even today the native people who knew the most sacred stories should be passed by word of mouth. another important influence on literature and culture are the spanish who ruled in santa fe for two centuries. the first piece of literature to emerge was actually written by a spanish officer who came here with that conquistadores and it is his first hand account of the settling of this country and this part of the world and the same battles. .. we were part of mexico for 25 years, and then after the united states fought a war with mexico, we became a u.s. territory, and the santa fe trail opened, bringing in americans, or the first quote-unquote white men into this part of the world. and the impressions of the early traders and settlers who came across the san
dominated the kumpbl today instead of the super bowl. larry? >> yes no, question about that this, is the kind of thing every team fears going into super bowl week. the case is a self inflekted wound. coaches tell players look. you're coming into new orleans there is a lot of distractions. it's a party city. stay out of trouble. don't say anything you're going to regret. don't do anything you're going to regret, then, have you young chris culliver walks into it and you get a story that is broken out. now, as mentioned he was surrounded by reporters and yes, did he apologize. >> i'm sorry i offended anyone that. was very ugly comments. it's not what i feel in my heart. i can hopefully learn and grow from this situation. >> in addition to trying to put out the fire today, 49ers owner jed york addressed a number of other topics. 49ers at one point hosting a super bowl in the baif area, construction is underway. that is pro jektd to be completed for 2014 season. nfl announced 2016 super bowl will be played either in santa clara or miami. now, it's just a matter of time before the bay
. hillary clinton has been on the scene for two decades and maz been on the dominant scene. chris, it is unbelievable. i can't walk a block in philadelphia without being stopped by someone who thrusts card in my hand and says when hillary runs, i want to give money. i haven't seen that in my 34 years of experience ever. not even the obama phenomenon matches the enthusiasm here. could something change? of course. remember, it's not really three years. if she wants to make a decision, she has to make a decision by next spring, spring of '14. if she makes that decision, she by and large preempts the democratic field. >> what would you do if you were talking? you'll probably be talking off and on. what do you tell joe biden he should do between now and then to be prepared to run but be prepared to hit the parachute if she does run? how do you hit both? >> he goes at it like he's going to be candidate because i tlink's still a decent chance hillary will denied not to run. i won't bet on it but i think there's a decent chance. joe should continue to make contact, talk to givers. the pro
they are getting into the networking equipment market which cisco dominated for a long time. >>> fox con, the maker of iphones will support union elections across china. the company employs a million people, mostly in huge factories. the decision follows a series of recommendations from a internationals panel hired by apple after allegations of poor working conditions, low pay and suicides. >>> six californian whose worked help better the state were honored today in sacramento. [ cheers and applause ] >> the foundation handed out grants to three non-profits. one developed the mission asset fund that injects capital into areas ignored by big banks. >> when people have no access they have to pull resources and that is how they build credit. >> each was awarded $125,000. >>> after the break a deadly shooting near a family, friendly festival, what may need to change to keep it safe. >> our number one priority is public safety. >> sometimes it pays to be a loser. why losing bidders for the california california's high- speed rail will still get paid. >> and i am tracking the rain and the weather when we
. the most impressive monument to that influence is the acropolis, the citadel which still dominates athens. pericles used the resources or, some contemporaries argued, abused them to rebuild the acropolis and crown it with the parthenon. the bold simplicity of the building, with its strictly harmonized repetition of the most basic geometric shapes, has had an unparalleled influence on the world's architecture. the creators of the parthenon, including the sculptor phidias and the architect ictinus, adapted the traditional temple form, but refined it. they created an impression of subtlety and lightness, despite the building's scale and the massiveness of its marble surface. the sculptural decorations employed the skills of hundreds of craftsmen, setting a new standard in art. it took less than a decade to erect this monument to athenian pride. it was built on the ruins of a temple destroyed by the persians, partly glorifying the greeks' victory over their greatest enemy. to their subsequent cost, the athenians took more than their share of the benefits of persian defeat. they may have been
to be dominating with the northerly winds. we're seeing winds gusting up here rather cold in and across the southern japanese islands. that high pressure continues to push towards the south. really mild conditions working in behind it. as far as the tropics, the northeast monsoon is dominating here making for some fair weather. we still have a few isolated storms in manila. but nothing too severe. high of 29. if you want to go somewhere warm, take a look at bangkok, 34 for your high. beijing at 1. the cold spot yet again on the map here on injure saturdyour ss 23 you're looking at going into your weekend. there's your world weather. here's a look at your extended forecast. >>> for you nature lovers, some birds are able to swim underwater to catch their prey. much less documented is the ability of squid to jump outside their comfort zone until scientists in japan managed to capture these rare images. the graduate school students took these photos in the pacific ocean 600 kilometers east of tokyo. squid were known to jump out of the ocean by expelling water from their bodies. the research
's auto market has long been dominated by companies from japan. the strong brand image and established sales networks have kept rivals firmly in the rear-view mirror. but now an ambitious newcomer is starting to close the gap. we report from islamabad. >> reporter: on the chaotic streets of pakistan one thing has been constant -- old or new, most vehicles here are japanese brands. pakistani loves japanese cars. so much so that nearly 100% of automobiles traded in the domestic market are japanese. some vehicles are even decorated with the names of japanese companies. most drivers don't read japanese. but that's not the point. the decorations look cool. >> translator: you can show off your car is a japanese car. and it looks cool with stickers on. >> reporter: but domination of japanese brands is under threat. this model show took place in the southern city of karachi last month. most exhibitors were the familiar names from japan. but this year, for the first time, they shared the space with rivals from china. china's leading automaker, first automobile works, had the largest booth. paki
near the base until thursday. this is rooted in the three muslim-dominated provinces along the border with malaysia. the thai government has deployed 600,000 troops and send billions of dollars to put an end to the militancy in the deep south. despite that, the violence has not gone away, nor has the movement lost momentum. wednesday's attack underlines that. since 2004, over 5000 people, >> the top stories. pope benedict xvi has given its first weekly general audience since he shocked the world by becoming the first pontiff in nearly six centuries to step down. he received a long and standing ovation. later he will celebrate- wednesday. >> now is our best chance for bipartisan, comprehensive tax reform that encourages job creation and helps bring down the deficit. >> u.s. president barack obama has given his first state of the union address since his reelection. he said the economy had improved since he took over. urged his republican rivals to work with him to improve the lives of millions of americans. 16 separatist fighters have been killed in southern thailand while attempting to
, on to the eastern side, tokyo sunny skies will be dominating. temperatures will fall off due to that cold air moving in. here in the north, you're seeing high pressure dominate. the warm air from the north is going to interact with that air from the south. another system is developing, it's spring. that's typically what we see for this time of year. high pressure here and the next low is start to go develop. that very well is going to move into japan by early next week. meanwhile, the tropics are quiet for the time being. monday into tuesday, very well seeing heavy rain and chances of flooding. take a look over towards the americas, florida, you're seeing some rain showers for the time being, but that is going to slowly taper off. there is a new system in the forecast here. that's going to bring rough weather towards the northeast. once it moves off the coastline, it's going to start to interact with the gulf stream, work its way down to the surface and intensify. there's some gusty winds in and around new york city. you very well could be seeing sustained winds, about 40 gusting up to 60 kilometers
. >> reporter: in real life her name is kimi inch and she's a master of bdsm, bondageage discipline, dominance and submission, saidism and ma masochism. clients play hundreds of dollars an hour to submit to her every whim toer about her submissive. there are variety of playrooms with names like the vault. >> i'll restrict you even further. >> reporter: this is one small part of the world of bdsm a world i immerse myself in for "our america" on own, brought out of the shadows by the p popularity of the book "50 shade of gray" it's been mainstream, teaching people how to engage in nonstandard sexual practices called kink, things like spanking. >> instead of going in with a flat palm like so, i prefer to sort of slightly cup the hand. so it's going to sound like i'm hitting him a lot harder than i am. and that sound is going to stimulate him in some many different ways. >> reporter: next, she introduces the audience to another form of power exchange, letting someone tie you up. in the bdsm world it's called rope play. >> you'll sort of wrap it around twice, like so. twich twist it at the top, thr
system will be dominate in the sections that will create really major storm systems. until now los angeles looking at 14. down fro 27 on saturday. a really big dramatic drop there. winnipeg minus 22 up towards the north and 8 here in new york. last but not least we're looking at europe with cooler systems to talk central mediterraneans looking at thunderstorms. high pressure dominate here in the central regions makin clear and fine. here in the temperatures will sag. i'll leave you now for our extended forecast. >>> we apologize for the poor sound quality during the weather focast tre. st a rinder of our lead stories. european foreign ministers have agreed to sharpen sanctions against north korea. they watched last week as authorities follow through on their threats to follow out another nuclear test. now they are trying to restrict the country's ability to trade. the ministers expanded upon trade. they barred north korea banks from opening new branches in the eu. they banned be export and importof compones ttould be used in ballistic missiles including certain types of aluminum. t
, cold is dominating the country. much of the nation saw temperatures dipping down to the freezing point or below across the area including tokyo as well. winter pressure pattern will then be intensified due to this frigid air. and the snowfall will be about 60 centimeters into the next 24 hours. especially in the northwestern flank. in addition to that, winds are very strong, picking up the waves along the coastal areas, about four meters high. so blowing snow, blizzard conditions, these are going to be in store for the western flank. but the southern areas of japan looking clear and nice. tokyo, we saw snow yesterday, some snow flurries nice to look at, nothing too dramatic with the travel dushs, but today sun is showing its face. temperaturewise, 9 in tokyo. here's seoul at freezing point for the high. and down toward the tropics, different story in the 30s. and this is why the system here, this is a tropical depression. it's maintaining its intensity as it curls over the country, bringing thunderstorms as well. there is one person dead due to the flash flood caused by the ongoing tor
he was devastated to discover his mistake the story is dominating the headlines in south africa. before the shooting on february 14, pistorius was a national hero, but now, many doubt his innocence. >> the first thing i would do would be if i hear a strange noise, i would say to my paner, "you stay here. i'll go check to give them an edge router would come in for the balcony, not to the bathroom. it just does not make sense to me. the very disappointed. >> the bl hearing has now been adjourned until tomorrow. the trial isot expected for months. >> in germanyit has been three years since a series of child sex abuse cases in catholic and institutions scked the nation. the government responded by setting up a round table commission of politicians, experts, and victims' groups. >> they came up with proposals to help victims and prevent it from taking place in the future, but a lotemains to be done. >> this jesuits school in berlin was were the first allegations of abuses in germany bece public three years ago. the incidents were covered up for decades. revelations set off a chain re
many clouds now. that ridge of high pressure just too dominant. tonight we'll see some cold conditions in the interior valleys. some fog moving in along the coastline and maybe just inside the bay. but i think a warming trend especially in the latter part of the week as we'll see some temperatures soaring near 70 degrees. outside now 62 degrees in oakland, 63 santa rosa, 60 in san francisco. blue skies all the way to the beach. and here is that ridge again building in and a dominant ridge. this is going to keep the storm track north of the bay area for the next five to seven days so these temperatures running rather mild. a dry week ahead looks like so yeah, boy, can't change it so might as well enjoy it. looks like overnight tonight, we'll see some patchy fog developing along the coastline and maybe just inside the bay. not a whole lot but maybe just a smidgeon of fog early on. and then looks like we are going to see an offshore wind kick in as we head in toward the latter part of the week. of course, that will help clear out your skies
potential. >> renewable energy in japan is a huge opportunity for us. so we need to try to dominate 10 times or 20 times from now within five years. that is my expectation. >> reporter: visitors here are energized by these innovations. they're beginning to think a renewable planet might not be so far away. rina nakano, nhk world, tokyo. >>> officials at japan's nuclear regulatory body have released new evacuation guidelines for any future power plant disaster. the announcement is about one month behind schedule. the nuclear regulation authority says residents within five kilometers of a disaster-stricken nuclear plant must evacuate before the release of radioactive substances. iodine tablets will be distributed to households within five kilometers of a nuclear plant. iodine helps prevent the thyroid gland from absorbing radioactivity. residents within a 5- to 30-kilometer radius will be asked to evacuate if radiation levels reach 500 microsieverts per hour. the new guidelines replace measures set in october of last year. in compiling their review, officials spent more than two weeks from the
european heartland and growing in the developing world, but which remains dominated by european cardinals at the top. he had also inherited a church that was still reeling from sex abuse scandals in the priesthood. pope benedict retreats from public view, buoyed today by the defection of the faithful, but because leading to his successful a -- his successor a church still in crisis and by his own admission, still bitterly divided. >> extraordinary scenes in rome today. for more on what happens next i'm joined by gene littles. for you surprised by how honest the pope was in his address today? >> i was, and it was astonishingly intimate for such a huge gathering. he was speaking to tens of thousands of people. it was the first time we got a real glimpse into the private life of a man in a very public office. there was a sense that the burdens have been very heavy, as he said, not many joys as he talked about st. peter and use biblical imagery to talk about st. peter in his fishing boat on choppy waters. and he talked about his job not been easy, which was an understatement in the midst of a
men have been told they are good at what they do especially in the male-dominated environment and encouraged to acquire different qualities. they are more self-deprecating but because politics is male-dominated women think they have to be twice as good but they use a different yardstick to gauge themselves. >> what about race? >> both sects and race are negative predictors so any kind of minority status to deviate from the norm, we see variation but political recruitment and close those gaps so if they encourage people to run for office they're likely to take them up especially among african-americans and latinos. >> host: professor, you give examples what is in example of somebody who developed an interest in policy and ran successfully? >> bill clinton is the most obvious. he writes out in the 16th year he decided it is an amazing experience because people are so interested to make a difference and me involved it is the most unfortunate experience but is exhilarating to not to want to do it again. >> host: tallis about your experience. where were you? what was the primary? >
angeles 21. eastern asia, high pressure is dominating much of korea, even into japan. particularly this big blue h. what that means a big dome that's suppressing any weather from really developing but there's going change in the horizon. into southern china we have a station jae boundary that's developing up here. bringing freezing rain across much of the area on thursday west of shanghai. but that storm system starts to develop and pull off towards the east by thursday evening. you'll start to see rain across tokyo on friday. doesn't look like it will be rather unsettled by the end of the work week. weekend should be clearing up. for the time being expect those rain showers. high pressure dominates the rest of the not. bay sing 4. ulan batur minus 3. now let's look over towards europe. we have two storm systems on tap. one moving across the british isles and another one here in italy moving through into the balkans. italy you've been pound by this storm. it has been persisting for some time now. it's starting to move off towards the south and eventually into the east. cy -- sicily
are dominating the market for games. >> this is the foundation of our next generation platform. the playstation 4. >> sony computer entertainment, a sony group company, made the announcement in new york. the model will hit the market in time for the year-end holiday season. the new controller has a touch pad for easy operation. the technology enables users to play online. users can also download game software to smart phones and tablets and also share game screens through social network sites. >>> well, speaking of advertisements in japan, they rose last year for the first time in five years marking a rebound from the plummet we saw in the aftermath of the 2011 disaster. executives at advertising agencies say $63 billion was spent on advertisements in 2012. that's up just 3%. when you calculate it in yen from the previous year, that is. the london olympics last year also gave a bit of a boost to ad spending. spending on internet ads grew the most at 8% there thanks to the rising popularity of smart phones. ads on tv saw an increase 3% while newspapers just over 4% there. dentsu says the trend is
. definitely going get cold even towards seoul, high pressure dominating. all that cold air from the north is setting up something and hinting at spring. this weather pattern that really is setting up. one system, high pressure and then another storm system. that's very typical for the spring season and next one will develop out of china, bringing rainfall and eventually work its way off there towards japan by early next week. to the tropics. relatively quiet. temperatures in the 30s. going into sunday and monday watch out in the southern philippines, does look like a low pressure area will work its way in and bring heavy rainfall and chance of flooding in the valleys. over towards the americas we're watching high pressure really dominating much of the central portion of the country. the jet stream continuing to dip down. the base of the jet stream bringing rainfall around orlando, miami, both of these airports are calling for some low cloud cover accompanied by showers in the vicinity. very well could see some airport delays if you plan to fly in or out of here. the system will be doing s
's race, and she is the first woman to do so in the male-dominated sport. >>> if you are headed out on the roads early this morning -- >> we are back with a number of traffic alerts happening right now that may slow down your commute. >>> and then the emergency that has a zoo shut down and people thankful to be on the ground. >> and we will be back with your forecast next. >>> and we want to take you out live to the vatican where the pope is giving his final blessing before steppin >>> we have a traffic alert for you this morning. right now inspections on the woodrow wilson memorial bridge could cause delays at time, and the drawbridge will be fully open and that will keep traffic from getting through, and that will last until 8:00 this morning. >>> and the express ramps are closed because of repairs, and those will impact you that use it to get to the inner loop, and both ramps are expected to re-open around 8:00 this morning, and a much different story than what we saw on the roads yesterday. >> yeah, i don't see any rain slowing down anybody today. >> yeah, there are rain drops a
is going to happen overnight. with a dominant presence, a dominant combined presence already by both airlines here at reagan national, federal regulators may force increased competition here, which could be good news for local travelers. it's expected to take months for this deal to gear up. but for passengers who like to fly out of reagan national, observers say it could bring more options. not only domestically, but to places like latin america and the caribbean. still tonight some seasoned travelers don't necessarily think bigger is better. >> american is -- my experience with it has been rather bad. so i prefer not to try them to stay. >> hopefully it won't increase our prices. >> is that your concern? >> if there's no competition, yeah. >> we're excited about it. >> reporter: plenty of issues up in the air, especially what kind of wait their time on the job will carry once the deal goes through. >> the biggest concern amongst the employees right now is how they'll merge together. that's the big thing. where are we going to fall in. >> reporter: passengers should expect both airl
what will the actors and actresses be wearing in foxx's dominic has a fashion preview. >> reporter: styles are just hours away from walking the world's most important red carpet. >> go toward the new and toward the different. but you have to be careful you don't go over that line to fashionville. >> reporter: some of the ladies have been thinking about what to wear for weeks. others even longer. >> most little girls dream about their wedding dresses. i always dreamed about my oscar dress. >> this year i'm going with the idea of having fun and fulfilling the fantasy of going to the oscars. >> i definitely have ideas and cool options. >> last time was comfort. this year i'm like suck it up. so yeah. i'm going to go for fashion. >> i love fashion that celebrates a woman's body. that maybe is a throw back to the glamour of old hollywood. that silhouette but making it modern. >> reporter: with a wide variety of anales and body styles viewers can relate easily. >> women do look at these and go i'm in my 60s and look how amazing she can look in a gown. or i'm tall like jennifer lawrence a
more universal where they spilled out into the main theme or dominant culture so it is more universal now. i am inspired by the people that i grew up with, my friends, my family, members of my tribe and basically watching people and the things they do. it is surprising if you pay attention to what people do and what people say there's a lot of humor you can find in that, making your own choices and certain things. people who have read my cartoons for the first time take with them an appreciation of the native culture and the native way of life. because it is not always depicted correctly in cinema or books. this cartoon is coming from a genuine native american and these are my people and even though they may not agree with some of the cartoons i hope they can appreciate it because it is coming from a real person that has grown up on a reservation and has seen the dominant culture and lived with the dominant culture and some of this stuff i learned from that i put back in my cartoons. >> cartoonist ricardo cate, one of the authors you will meet when local content of vehicles with behin
transformed the law of the country and dominated protection in the constitution. this interview part of the college series recorded at the university of pennsylvania. it's about 20 units. >> university professor sarah gordon, the spirit of the law is her most recent book. what do you mean when you talk about the old constitutional role and the new constitutional world when it comes to religion? >> for most of the nation's history with the states rather than the federal government that controlled access to the religious worship and organizations and so on. in the early decades that began to shift as the supreme court applied then national constitutional the establishment and centralizing debate about religion. >> but if the states had the control we had written to the constitution, freedom of religion. >> we did indeed the first amendment began congress shall enact no loss it was only to the national government. >> were there restrictions on different states? >> several states had religious establishments and most limited the amount of property a religious organization could owned, ta
40's. high pressure over land getting more dominant and that is why we are seeing the land breeze take over and both of the areas will keep the storm track to the north through monday but go way out in the pacific and a storm that just came off japan it looks impressive here and this is what will bring us the wet and cooler weather on tuesday and wednesday and it will on the door for the pattern change that will bring us a couple chances of rain after that toward next weekend. this weekend, temperatures will taper all the way through monday and we will be ten degrees cooler on monday and cooler yet on tuesday with only low-to-mid 50's so it will be quite a shock. have a great valentine's day. >> and our exclusive traffic app 80 westbound an early stall in the eastbound direction which is cleared but you can see the heavy traffic in the westbound direction. elsewhere, still with the stall, east 580 at greenville, a big rig blocking the right lane, and westbound, of course, the nasty commute up and over the altamont pass and under 30 miles per hour and a live shot of the bay bridge
. these are going to be really good. >> how are you going to dominate? >> i think he does not know what he is doing. >> i was thinking of doing [unintelligible] we are underrepresented. >> i was singing of starting an irish pub. that was my idea. >> one our biggest is the corned beef and cabbage. we are asking people what they're thinking in getting some feedback. >> for a lot of people i am sure this combination looks very wrong. it might not sound right on paper but when you taste it to or have it in your mouth, it is a variety. this is one of the best ways in creating community. people gather around and talk about it and get to know different cultures. that brings people together and i hope more off the grid style and people can mingle and interact and remove all our differences and work on our similarities. this creates opportunity. >> the time has come and i am very hungry. what have you got? >> i got this from on the go, a sandwich, and a caramel cupcake. i went with home cooking. what de think? >> i will have another bite. >> sounds good. >> that was fantastic. let's start with you. >> i had
, it is not the dominant source of growth. flexibility allows congress to decide whether to give that back to people in tax cuts or to do spending increases. but media budget tightening from 1982-1987, today so much has been given a way that even revenue growth comes along. that is the broad history of what is going on during this time, the extent to which commitments from the past are eating away at the above and is degette -- eating away at the revens we get. i don't want to spend too much time on it and i do want to focus on the tax reform act of 1986. people keep posting this as a model for what we can do today. 1981 is the last of the major giveaways of this era. msot think -- most think 1981 defines the reagan administration. how are we going to deal with things? 1982 and 1984. in 1986, we try something revenue neutral. it is not about shifting. we are not going to change the size of government. what that does at that point in time, it takes off the table the two major items over which congress will essentially focus almost all of its attention -- size of government and progressivity of the tax syste
to flip our thinking 360 degrees and understand that unconventional warfare is the dominant face of warfare. always has been, always will be. every great power throughout history, every great jenin colluding the great generals of antiquity had to deal with the threat of unconventional warfare including, of course, the greatest army of all, the roman legions. a pretty formidable force even when they were not led by russell crowe. [laughter] they bested every, every power in their neighborhood. but rome, as we also know, was brought down, sacked in the fifth century. and what was responsible for the downfall of rome? well, rome was much like the united states in that it did not have great power rivals. it was not surrounded by great states. ultimately, it was basically surrounded those it had labeled as barbarians. and how did the barbarians fight? well, they did not have organized militaries. they did not have senator yangs, they did not have the infrastructure of the roman legions. they fought in a very different style. and yet, ultimately, they were successful. the fall of rome
but i'm going with the 49ers. >> aren't we all? the hope is that the 49ers will dominate the ravens. to prepare for the hopeful revelry, there will be twice as many san francisco officers out today compared with the typical sunday. muni is also taking precautions, choosing to run diesel buses that can be quickly rerouted so they don't get trapped and ruined in destructive celebrations as they did after the giants won the world series this past fall. on bus lines on market will be detoured starting later today and most will be transferred to mission street. s car behind me is changing over to muni buses today. we are actually already seeing them run this morning. the city is just stream lining public transportation. they want people to have an easy, safe and happy celebration. a hopeful win, a hopeful look forward to a parade here in our fair city. reporting live in san francisco, kira klapper, abc7 news. >> thank you, kira. we do indeed hope there is something to celebrate. you can see lots of red and gold in the streets of new orleans as the 49er faithful make their way to the supe
of the conversation do you believe will be dominated by the drone topic? i ask that because as note and we discussed this yesterday regarding the first read team's analys analysis, you have the public divide and you say these are bad guys and this is what happened. how will that dominate some of the rhetoric that we often see in these hearings from lawmakers who know they are on camera and know the constituents are watching. >> there is a lot of lawmakers who are going to have the questions in the back of their mind. there was a poll conducted by "the washington post" and abc show being 83% of people approved of the use of drones as long as it is done overseas and more concerns about the program for privacy if this was used for catching people who speed or to track criminals. they don't want to see that used within the united states. there could be some of that. the other question that john will have to be asked about is the use of torture. remember in 2009, he was rumored to be the top pick back then and subt scuttled because of the use of enhanced interrogation techniques as the bush administratio
happened while you were sleeping, two areas of high pressure dominating our weather and the ridge will remain strong all week. we will see how far we can crank the thermostat up in the atmosphere, how about mid-to-upper 50's tomorrow and mid-60's to upper 60's and possibly 70 and on the holiday on monday, 50's at the coast but low-to-mid 60's and back to average by then. >> back to santa cruz mountains, 17, over turned car blocking the right lane in the northbound direction. a d.w.i. arrest is in progress. it could be some time before they get the lane re-opened. you can expect delays northbound. elsewhere, we were talking about the highway four expansion project. it is a real nightmare for commuters. right now, it is looking good out of antioch and hillcroft to 242, under 20 minutes westbound highway four. the bay bridge toll plaza, no metering lights and traffic is looking good on the upper deck into san francisco. no delays. kristen and eric? >> going to the emergency room could be bad for your health. we will tell you why. this is $100,000. we asked total strangers to watch it
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